Scott and Lori Hudson bring more than 20 years of dog-sledding experience to their tour business. Sledding with Labrador Huskies was a tradition in the Metis community where Scott grew up, and together the couple has built a team of happy, healthy dogs. They offer a variety of tours that celebrate both the majestic landscape of Labrador and the Inuit-Metis Culture. Tours range from 90-minute introductory runs to the two-night “Ole Smoker” overnight camping excursion, and include hands-on training and an introduction to dog-sledding culture.
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Northern Lights Dog SleddingGoose Bay
Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador, A0P 1E0
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